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Red Riding Hood by Mondongo. This art piece is formed by coloured plasticine.

Incredible Portraits Made with Dripped Plasticine

Mondongo (Spanish for tripe) are an Argentinian art collective consisting of Juliana Laffitte, Manuel Mendanha and Agustina Picasso who work primarily with delicately dripped and molded plasticine.

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This one I was a little apprehensive about.it is a shine to the patron saint of Crime, Criminals, and the Dispossessed (shrine to The Death Cult of the Drug Lords Mexico’s Patron Saint of Crime, Criminals, and the Dispossessed)

mondongo //detalle

mondongo //detalle

Dr John B. Watson and Rosalie Raynor studying the grasp reflex of a newborn baby. Baltimore. ca 1916-1920. - Are you kidding me?

John B. Watson studying the grasp reflex of a newborn. Circa 1916-1920

Dr John B. Watson and Rosalie Raynor studying the grasp reflex of a newborn baby. ca Look at that strong little fella hanging on, so cute.

Grupo Mondongo: Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires - 2013

Grupo Mondongo: Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires - 2013

Mondongo Red Series (diptych), 2004 Diptych: Plasticine on wood panels 39.5 x 39.5 x 3.5 inch  www.track16.com

Mondongo Red Series (diptych), 2004 Diptych: Plasticine on wood panels 39.5 x 39.5 x 3.5 inch www.track16.com

Grupo Mondongo - Arte Contemporaneo Argentino

Grupo Mondongo - Arte Contemporaneo Argentino

Contemporary Art, Artists, Frame

Mondongo from the Flora and Fauna series. Offered by Track 16

Mondongo from the Flora and Fauna series. Offered by Track 16

plasticine clay art van gogh - Buscar con Google

plasticine clay art van gogh - Buscar con Google

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WWI facial prosthesis. Scary, but what a difference that prosthesis must have made for that person

WWI facial prosthesis - because of trench warfare, so many wounds were to the head and face. Before plastic surgery was common, doctors and artists worked together to give returning young soldiers a way to fit back into society.

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